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Der Supreme Court akzentuierte diesen Gedanken in Baker v. Carr[Fn 708], indem er sich erneut - auch unter Bezugnahme auf Coleman v. Miller - der "political question doctrine" annäherte:

"[Coleman] held that the questions of how long a proposed amendment to the Federal Constitution remained open to ratification, and what effect a prior rejection had on a subsequent ratification, were committed to congressional resolution and involved criteria of decision that necessarily escaped the judicial grasp."[Fn 709]

Beide genannten Aspekte hob der Gerichtshof erneut als "political questions" hervor.[Fn 710] Eine Überzeugung, die in späteren Entscheidungen bestätigt werden sollte.[Fn 711]

[78] In Baker v. Carr, 369 U.S. 186, 214 (1962), the Court, in explaining the political question doctrine and categorizing cases, observed that Coleman "held that the questions of how long a proposed amendment to the Federal Constitution remained open to ratification, and what effect a prior rejection had on a subsequent ratification, were committed to congressional resolution and involved criteria of decision that necessarily escaped the judicial grasp." Both characteristics were features that the Court in Baker, supra, 217, identified as elements of political questions, [...]. Later formulations have adhered to this way of expressing the matter.

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